What would you like to do?
Sono molto stanco potete vorrei dormire tutto?
Molto Gentile is Italian for very kind .
Literally : "much slower" So slow down a lot. [amount of slowing down depends on the conductor.]
Sono molto stanco in Italian means "I'm very tired" in English.
Everything's going well.
it means very calm
I think 'tutto bene' is Italian for: 'All's well' or 'it's all good'.
it means "go to sleep"
It means, "I can't sleep right this instant."
very merry molto = very/much/ a lot giocoso = merrily/ gaye
to sleep sasha
Well, when I think of when I see molto. in my music, it's normally like molto rit. or molto dec. It means a big decrescendo, or a big ritard. I'd say the opposite of this cou…ld be poco a poco which means little by little. Ex: rit. poco a poco or dec. poco a poco.
Molto rall is short for molto rallentando which is an expression which runs for 5 beats in 4/4 time, ie starts at the beginning of one measure and runs to the first beat of th…e next. It's a musical expression.
"All (entirely, totally)" as an adverb, "all" as an adjective, and "everybody (everyone, everything)" as a noun/pronoun are English equivalents of the Italian word tutto. cont…ext makes clear which meaning prevails. Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "TOOT-to" in Italian.
In Music Genres
Molto cantabile is an Italian musical term. This means song-like. This term is often found at the beginning of a piece.
What is the Latin-to-English translation of La verit vincer amer conquista tutto e lei cadr amer il demone che lei sono?
There isn't - that's Italian - at least what is not spelled incorrectly.